Partner, Houston Office

Contact Info:
(713) 993-7060
3700 Buffalo Speedway, Suite 500
Houston, Texas 77098
Toll Free: (844) 564-0010
Fax: (888) 726-8374


Ms. Langlois is a partner in the Houston office and focuses her practice on representing school districts, charter schools, and junior colleges in governance, policy development, employment, open government, students, contracts, procurement, and facilities and construction matters.  Ms. Langlois has represented education entities across Texas in all matters of school consulting, including open government, employment, procurement and contract negotiations, and construction.  In addition to representing education entities, Ms. Langlois also advises non-profits, including in the complex area of compliance with the newly enacted Uniform Guidance federal regulations, 2 CFR Part 200.

Ms. Langlois regularly conducts trainings on a variety of topics and is a course instructor for the Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO). She earned the distinction of Texas Rising Star by Texas Law & Politics Magazine in schools and education, 2010-2016. Ms. Langlois also received the 15th Annual Jefferson Fordham Up and Comer award in August 2012 from the American Bar Association. Ms. Langlois previously practiced at McGinnis, Lochridge & Kilgore, LLP; Ogden, Gibson, Broocks, Longoria & Hall, LLP; and was a partner at Rogers, Morris & Grover, LLP.

Ms. Langlois received her Bachelor of Arts Degree, summa cum laude, in mass communications with a focus on print journalism from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2003, where she was honored as the College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Graduate. In 2006, Ms. Langlois graduated, summa cum laude, from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, where she was honored as the top graduate. She served on the Loyola Law Review as Comment/Casenote Editor as well as an oralist and brief writer on the 2004-2005 National Moot Court Team. Her comment, Dismantling the Dictated Moral Code: Modifying Louisiana’s In Vitro Fertilization Statutes to Protect Patients’ Procreative Liberty, was published in the Fall 2005 Loyola Law Review.

Ms. Langlois is a member of the State Bar of Texas School Law Section, Texas and National Councils of School Attorneys, and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Magazine Committee. She and her husband, Paul, who is a petroleum geologist, have two children, Ella (5) and Sam (2).

Practice Areas

Education & Bar Admission

– Loyola University New Orleans College of Law (2006), Juris Doctorate
– University of Louisiana at Lafayette (2003), Bachelor of Science